“Bad Boys: Ride or Die” has debuted with a stronger-than-expected $56 million domestic opening and $104.6 million globally, marking a triumphant return for the beloved franchise and a career resurgence for Will Smith.

"Bad Boys: Ride Or Die" Earns $56m On Opening Day


The film’s success comes two years after Smith’s controversial Oscars slap, which had many questioning his future in the industry.

The fourth installment in the ‘Bad Boys’ franchise reunites Smith with Martin Lawrence, reprising their iconic roles as Detectives Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett.

The film follows the duo as they team up with a new, younger team to take down a ruthless cartel leader in Miami.

Directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, “Bad Boys: Ride or Die” was produced on a budget of $120 million.


The movie’s strong opening weekend was fueled by positive word-of-mouth, with audiences awarding it an A- Cinema Score.

“Bad Boys: Ride or Die” has surpassed tracking predictions, making it the second biggest domestic launch of the summer season, behind only “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3”.

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